#78 Endometriosis with Dr. Amy Novatt and Mel Toth

Wow, today was a powerful show of Mel Toth sharing her journey with Endometriosis. We start the conversation with Dr. Amy Novatt, Gynecologist and women’s health advocate, explaining what Endometriosis is, how to recognize the symptoms of the disease, why it’s hard to diagnose and treat, and how to manage the symptoms. Whether or not you suffer from this disease or are experiencing some other health concern, it seems there’s evidence enough for all of us to take the best care of ourselves as possible, reduce stress, eat nutritionally and prioritize our own health.

After this intro to "Endo," we get to learn about Mel, how she began her teaching career first instructing 4th graders and now teaching yoga at Shakti Woodstock and The Yoga House in Kingston. Mel openly and bravely shares the challenges that she’s faced with her health from painful and debilitating periods where she would often bleed for two weeks to the diagnosis of Endometriosis after discovering a large (22cm) mass on her ovary. After her first surgery, doctors warned her that if she wanted children she should begin to think about that as the Endometriosis could make it more difficult down the road. That sparked a journey to figure out what to do about children, leading to some time not worrying about it and then trying to get pregnant with the use of fertility enhancing drugs. Tune in to hear all that unfolds for Mel and her journey through fertility and surgery. She’s now on a path of deep self care, supported by a Canadian doctor and her practice, The Natural Endo Movement.

I thoroughly enjoyed speaking with Mel and was enraptured by her story. I hope to get her back on soon to go deeper into some of the big issues that she’s so gracefully navigating!

Today’s show was engineered by Ben Benton of Radio Kingston, http://www.radiokingston.org.

We heard music from our fave, Shana Falana, http://www.shanafalana.com/

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#77 Women’s Small Business + Kara Martin Snyder “Le Vital Corps Salon” Podcast

Hey, hey, I am in Wisconsin this week so playing some very special recorded interviews.

First up, I speak with a group of powerhouse women who are all panelists at the upcoming, 3 Hours of Peace, Love and Women’s Small Business, happening at Provisions in Woodstock on July 19th from 4-7pm. Our talk is just a small sample of the wisdom that will be shared by these ladies during the event that I am moderating. Today, we talk about what makes them good at what they do and what they do when the going gets tough. Joining me in this conversation and on the 19th are: Dani Hughes of Divine Asset Mgt. – Raising money and valuing your business: Abbe Aronson, of Abbe Does It – Public relations and marketing, editorial, event planning, image and design consulting, fundraising and what she refers to as “artful schmoozing” — business intros that truly count; Jolie Peters, of Tinker Street Social – Social media and digital marketing agency dedicated to small businesses and non-profits, and how to grow your online presence and best practices; Wendy Heilbut, of Jayaram Law – Attorney & Angel investor, works with emerging companies as their outside general counsel helping position them for growth; Lauree Ostrofsky of Simply Leap, LLC – author, business coach, hugger & founder of Hudson Valley Women in Business, the largest community of women business owners in our region. Get your tix to the event on the 19th HERE!

Next I play my interview with Kara Martin Snyder, recorded just a few short weeks ago. Kara is an unconventionally resourceful, former bean-counting, question-asking machine, critical thinker, and strategic problem-solver who’s been turning around stressful, chaotic situations for individuals and organizations for over 20 years. After a decade of supporting frazzled, Type-A women at the intersection of functional health & lifestyle redesign, she’s now focusing her efforts on Le vital corps Salon podcast, where she hosts successful working women – from artists to change agents to astronauts – and asks them how they navigate BS and sidestep burnout. Kara and I talk about life as a CPA, what that lifestyle did to her health, how to make the difficult but powerful decision to transition from one career to another, and what she’s doing now in addition to podcasting, hint…beekeeping!

Next week, we welcome back Dr. Amy Novatt and Mel Toth, talking women’s health, endometriosis and radical self-care!

Until then, love yourself and uplift one another!

Today’s show was engineered by Manuel Blas and Ben Benton of Radio Kingston, http://www.radiokingston.org.

We heard music from our fave, Shana Falana, http://www.shanafalana.com/

Feel free to email me, say hello: she@iwantwhatshehas.org

Leave me a voicemail with your thoughts or a few words about who has what you want and why! (845)481-3429

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#77 Women’s Small Business + Kara Martin Snyder “Le Vital Corps Salon” Podcast

Hey, hey, I am in Wisconsin this week so playing some very special recorded interviews.

First up, I speak with a group of powerhouse women who are all panelists at the upcoming, 3 Hours of Peace, Love and Women’s Small Business, happening at Provisions in Woodstock on July 19th from 4-7pm. Our talk is just a small sample of the wisdom that will be shared by these ladies during the event that I am moderating. Today, we talk about what makes them good at what they do and what they do when the going gets tough. Joining me in this conversation and on the 19th are: Dani Hughes of Divine Asset Mgt. – Raising money and valuing your business: Abbe Aronson, of Abbe Does It – Public relations and marketing, editorial, event planning, image and design consulting, fundraising and what she refers to as “artful schmoozing” — business intros that truly count; Jolie Peters, of Tinker Street Social – Social media and digital marketing agency dedicated to small businesses and non-profits, and how to grow your online presence and best practices; Wendy Heilbut, of Jayaram Law – Attorney & Angel investor, works with emerging companies as their outside general counsel helping position them for growth; Lauree Ostrofsky of Simply Leap, LLC – author, business coach, hugger & founder of Hudson Valley Women in Business, the largest community of women business owners in our region. Get your tix to the event on the 19th HERE!

Next I play my interview with Kara Martin Snyder, recorded just a few short weeks ago. Kara is an unconventionally resourceful, former bean-counting, question-asking machine, critical thinker, and strategic problem-solver who’s been turning around stressful, chaotic situations for individuals and organizations for over 20 years. After a decade of supporting frazzled, Type-A women at the intersection of functional health & lifestyle redesign, she’s now focusing her efforts on Le vital corps Salon podcast, where she hosts successful working women – from artists to change agents to astronauts – and asks them how they navigate BS and sidestep burnout. Kara and I talk about life as a CPA, what that lifestyle did to her health, how to make the difficult but powerful decision to transition from one career to another, and what she’s doing now in addition to podcasting, hint…beekeeping!

Next week, we welcome back Dr. Amy Novatt and Mel Toth, talking women’s health, endometriosis and radical self-care!

Until then, love yourself and uplift one another!

Today’s show was engineered by Manuel Blas and Ben Benton of Radio Kingston, http://www.radiokingston.org.

We heard music from our fave, Shana Falana, http://www.shanafalana.com/

Feel free to email me, say hello: she@iwantwhatshehas.org

Leave me a voicemail with your thoughts or a few words about who has what you want and why! (845)481-3429

** Please: SUBSCRIBE to the pod and leave a REVIEW wherever you are listening, it helps other users FIND IT 🙂

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#76 Gisela Stromeyer “Just Like That, Poems, Paintings and Practices”

Gisela Stromeyer recently published a book, “Just Like That, Poems, Paintings, and Practices” which beautifully depicts the wisdom she’s received by allowing herself to live life fearlessly and with an open heart. Today we get to speak about subjects life love, loss, fear and freedom, and she shares wisdom from her book. Enjoy!

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#75 Callie Jayne (Rise Up Kingston) + Summer Corrie (Living Life Allowed) “Appreciating the Little Things”

We get deep today with guests Callie Jayne and Summer Corrie. Callie, a pretty much life-long activist who is working hard to bring more equality to all members of the community, and Summer sharing deeply personal revelations on how she learned to love herself. These women are amazing!

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#74 Shaniqua Bowden “SB” Nubian Cafe + Rashida Tyler “Women Supporting Women Supporting Community!”

Theresa speaking with Shaniqua Bowden and Rashida Tyler about women supporting women, competition amongst women and partners, helping others, astrology, spirituality, motherhood, raising daughters, breaking apart systems, race, the Kingston Land Trust, Citizen Action, breaking down walls between community members, getting out of our bubbles, and self care!

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#73 Lisa Glick “Bipolar and Thriving” + Yukari Ogawa “Is it True?”

Lisa Glick shares her story from undiagnosed mental illness to bipolar to THRIVING! And Yukari Ogawa walks us through “The Work” of Byron Katie.

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#72 Sarah Van Buren “Disco is Long Life” + Art in Public Spaces

Today, Theresa’s live from Outdated Lite in Kingston, NY, mixing things up to talk about how to be in community with one another, about connecting through music and art and about why we should collaborate creatively in public spaces instead of regulating them, but first, a convo with Sarah Van Buren, a woman of many talents and A LOT of musical cred.

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#71 Rita Vanacore “Planet Seniors” + Aliza Theetge “Super Star Student” Women’s Rights Yesterday and Today

Today, I sit down with Rita Vanacore to talk through various aspects of her rich life from women’s rights, abortion rights, gay rights, spirituality, family, business and self care. Then I play my interview with Aliza Rose Theetge, a dynamic and confident 9 year old who’s ready to be a women’s activist.  We talk about lots of things like math, art, singing, being scared, bus drivers, Marie Curie, being a big sister and golfing!

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#70 Tara Sanders (Trauma Informed Yoga) + Jenny Lee Fowler (Paper Cutting Artist) “Surviving and Thriving”

Today Theresa sits down with trauma informed yoga teacher, Tara Sanders, and talks about the what and the why of trauma informed yoga and how she survived her own childhood trauma and the practices she uses to live her best life. Next Jenny Lee Fowler joins Theresa. Jenny is a paper cutting artist who both talks about this beautiful art form and shares her journey through her re-diagnosis of breast cancer, how she’s taking care of herself and feeling the love of her family and community.

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